Celtic came from behind to win 3-1 against Hibs in an action-packed Premiership battle at Parkhead. There was a huge blow early doors amid a wave of home pressure, as Reo Hatate trudged off injured with a suspected hamstring issue.
Lee Johnson's visitors weren't without their headaches too as Ellie Youan was sent off for a quickfire double booking, with Jota and Kyogo denied superbly by veteran goalkeeper David Marshall.
Josh Campbell gave the reduced visitors a shock lead from the spot after a Carl Starfelt foul was spotted by VAR, but Jota responded after the break with his own penalty, and Oh put them ahead late on to maintain a nine-point gap in first place, while Sead Haksabanovic put the cherry on the cake with a third.
If Celtic weren't dominating the ball before the Frenchman's dismissal, they certainly were afterwards and it looked to becoming a case of when not if Ange Postecoglou's side would find a route to goal.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk